Joseph Elliott

Joseph Elliott, Elmhurst University

Joseph P. Elliott, Ed.D.

Assistant Professor, Education
Department of Education

Dr. Elliott holds a B.S.Ed. in bilingual/bicultural education from Loyola University Chicago, an M.A. in reading education from Concordia University Chicago and an Ed.S. in educational leadership from National Louis University.

He worked in a two-way immersion dual language program for seven years teaching first and third grades in Spanish and English. Dr. Elliott earned his Ed.D. from Loyola University Chicago in curriculum and instruction, specializing in measurement and quantitative methodology.

He worked as a graduate assistant in the School of Education at Loyola University Chicago for three years as a researcher, instructor and student teaching supervisor.

His research and teaching focus on teacher education for culturally and linguistically diverse contexts, bilingual education and English language learners. His current research uses mixed methods and structural equation modeling to explore issues in dual language education in the United States, as well as transdisciplinary ideas in education more broadly.

He is a member of the American Educational Research Association, American Association for Applied Linguistics, and American Association for Teaching and Curriculum.

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